Iron Mountain Senior Critical Facilities Technician (Electrical Bias) in Slough, United Kingdom
At Iron Mountain we protect what our customers value most, from the everyday to the extraordinary, while helping them bridge the physical and digital world. Our people have the opportunity to bring their creativity to a workplace that thrives on change. Here, you will be part of a team that doesn’t just embrace what’s exceptional. It creates exceptional.
Purpose of Job:
To supervise day to day site activities of the maintenance team, reactive and subcontractor
maintenance in ensuring the delivery of Planned Preventative Maintenance and Reactive works
to Building Services Systems The Data Centre, to manage the daily QHSE requirements of the
site and to maintain critical plant at optimum operating levels. To be a senior member of a
successful team who are committed to achieving the clients and company objectives.
Ensure that Planned Preventative Maintenance & Reactive maintenance is carried out to all client assets through operation of Planned Preventative Maintenance System, and Service Now
Ensure that accurate and comprehensive records are kept pertaining to Health & Safety, Building Compliance and Quality Assurance.
Ensure that sub-contractors perform to meet the requirement of the contract. Administer sub contractor work approvals and safe operation while repair or service is carried out on site.
To operate a Permit to Work System in accordance with Iron Mountain DC Quality, Health & Safety procedures.
To supervise all shift and day staff, assist Data Centre Engineering / Contract Manager with shift rota, managing annual leave requests to maintain sufficient site cover, allocate planned and reactive work to shift engineers.
To ensure high standards of workmanship are adhered to at all times, to instil best working practices, regularly assess the quality of work produced by the team,
Provide support and guidance to staff to ensure smooth operation of client’s plant and equipment, assist with fault finding, provide technical support and on site training for shift engineers, allocate planned and reactive work to shift engineers, that plant faults and defects are swiftly remedied to maintain plant in serviceable order at all times, and any such defects are recorded on the site shift logs.
Routine quality checks on workforce activities, record keeping and general housekeeping.
To oversee the stock control process and ensure that minimal critical spares levels are maintained
Overview the buildings environmental conditions using the BMS System and utilise same to maintain acceptable internal conditions.
Assist Data Centre Engineering in preparing Change Control applications for all works on Data Centre Critical Equipment and oversee visits by Iron Mountain DC / Clients Specialist sub contractors during maintenance visits ensuring Site Inductions are up to date.
To Support the Data Centre Engineering in developing technical procedures and overseeing their implementation
Ensure that comprehensive maintenance records are completed in the form of job sheets. with accurate and sufficient detail recording work undertaken, and to ensure a Dynamic Risk Assessment is completed by the site team for all PPM’s and reactive tasks.
Ensure that Method Statements and Risk Assessments are prepared, reviewed and utilised for all tasks (PPM’s and reactive) carried out to ensure safe working practices.
To maintain compliance to all QHSE policies in all areas, ensuring the provision of a Safe & healthy working environment, to conduct regular site safety audits and toolbox talks.
Ensure a professional image of Iron Mountain DC is presented to customers and visitors.
Undertake other tasks as defined and requested by local management.
Ensure assigned tasks are actioned and completed as appropriate, including the utilisation of the shift engineers to ensure the task is suitably completed.
To run small projects on site covering all technical aspects of the task, produce a scope of works, agree time frames and cost with Data Centre Engineering, arrange for the appropriate labour and materials in order for the project to be completed on time.
To develop all employees, ensuring their motivation and commitment to the company, undertake or assist in annual appraisals of your engineers once you have completed the Iron Mountain DC Appraisal and Development training course, at the discretion of the Critical Facilities manager.
Assist the team and Identify training needs to ensure they are suitably skilled, trained and appropriate training plans are drafted and implemented.
To ensure the site engineers are undertaking work tasks as directed and with suitable awareness/implementation.
Ensure an awareness and compliance to KPI’s/SLA’s.
Ensure the Computer Based Maintenance system, Concept, is kept up to date and that PPM and reactive tickets are closed out with accurate data captured.
Ensure the engineering team on site produce required near miss reports, dynamic risk assessments and detailed records of site activities, and ensuring any non compliance is challenged and escalated where necessary.
Any other task as directed by the Critical Facilities management team.
Directly accountable to the Critical Facilities Manager.
The post holder may have directly reporting staff.
This post carries no direct budgetary responsibility but financial awareness is required.
Category: Information Technology Group
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